We will sweetly sing on the golden shore

We will sweetly sing on the golden shore

Author: Mary E. Servoss
Tune: [We will sweetly sing on the golden shore]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 He will sweetly sing on the golden shore,
Where all is joy and gladness;
Forevermore with Christ we’ll reign,
Released from care and sadness.

Refrain:
Then along the way, the Lord’s highway,
With voices clear and ringing,
We’ll shout hosanna as we go,
And enter Zion singing.

2 We are sure our Father knows all our need,
Each heartache, pain, and sorrow;
So in His hand we’ll leave it all,
And trust Him for the morrow. [Refrain]

3 We will sing of Jesus, our Saviour-King,
Whose wondrous love is o’er us;
Who guides our footsteps, lest they stray,
And makes all plain before us. [Refrain]

4 We will sing of heaven,—our home above,
With all its joy and glory;
And to the world, where’er we go,
We’ll tell salvation’s story. [Refrain]

Source: The Helper in Sacred Song: for Sunday-schools, churches, and devotional services #112

Author: Mary E. Servoss

Servoss, M. E. Hymns by this writer are in I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs & Solos, 1881. (1) “Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice" (Joy in the Redeemer); and (2) "When the storms of life are raging" (Refuge in God). Another, "'Tis Jesus when the burdened heart" (Jesus, the Sinner's Friend), is in the Sunday School Union Voice of Praise, 1887. Miss Servoss was born at Schenectady, near New York. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We will sweetly sing on the golden shore
Author: Mary E. Servoss
Refrain First Line: Then along the way, the Lord's highway

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Good Tidings #B26

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Singing on the Way #123

The Crowning Triumph #d133

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The Helper in Sacred Song #112

The True Principles of the Science of Music #d38

Work and Worship #d142

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